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road to reunion, 1865-1900.
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For a distinguished and appropriately documented book on the history of the United States, Fifteen thousand dollars ($15,). The Road to Reunion, , by Paul Herman Buck (Little) The Flowering of New England , by Van Wyck Brooks (Dutton) Paul H. Buck, best known for his study of the Reconstruction period in American history, The Road to Reunion, was also a high-level instructor and administrator at Harvard University. Buck, an Ohio native, was an enthusiastic reader and history buff who grew up "around the corner from the public library," as he put it.
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Published in a multivolume sesquicentennial history of the Civil War, this book is a fit pendant to Paul Buck’s seventy-fifth anniversary synthesis, The Road to Reunion, (). Buck purported to trace the process by which “a union of sentiment based on integrated interests had become a fact” (viii). The first modern scholar to sense that reconciliation between Americans was a genuine historical problem rather than an inevitable attainment requiring no explanation was Harvard professor Paul H. Buck, whose book The Road to Reunion – was published in 3 Born in , Buck was himself a product of sectional reconciliation who Cited by: 2.
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